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   Hamilton Daily News Journal (Newspaper) - March 2, 1938, Hamilton, Ohio                                When You Read Journal News Advertisements yon receive many impressions of things designed and offered to make your life a much happier The advertisements are a daily adventure through the busi ness world in which we Read Them For Profit And Pleasure ojjtceia ait acUext to oj HAM I LTD N JOURNAL 61 HAMILTON IN 1791 MARCH 1938 Entered Second ClitM Mntter Ohio PRICE THREE CENTS every day News family of possible 18 PAGES WEATHER HAMILTON AND VICINITY RAIN TONIGHT AND THURS PROBABLY CHANGING TO SNOW THURSDAY AFTER WARMER TONIGHT TWO OHIOANS ABOARD MISSING AIRLINER EXPECT ROOSEVELT TO RECOMMEND INVESTIGATION 4 A fis A EARLY MESSAGE TO CONGRESS FORECAST No New Legislation Planned ij Probe Is Completed EARLY ADJOURNMENT To Delay Consideration Of Specific Bills For Year See Business Upturn AMoclated Frew March White House conferences on re vising the antitrust laws strength ened the belief of many legislators today that President Roosevelt would ask congress to undertake a thorough investigation of monop President said yesterday he submit an antitrust mes sage but gave no approximate The general opinion on Cap itol Hill was that he would not advocate any new legislation until the inquiry was Consideration of specific bills thus would be deferred until next because congressional leaders hope for an early Such a course would be in line the contention of many ob that thet is discourage an Discloses No Details Roosevelt disclosed no de tails of his monopoly talks yester day with Attorney General Cum Assistant Attorney General Jackson and Chairman Douglas of the securities At his press he replied several questions re garding other business and labor Secretary Roper had informed Roosevelt that self help was well nigh lacking in sug gestions from small business men for combatting the The President said he had no im mediate changes in mind for the National Labor Relations but added it was an evolutionary law and he hoped it would be improved from time to He placed the Social v Security and Crop Control acts in the same Roosevelt also conferred yes terday with Senator Glass about the latter s proposal to regu late bank holding companies and to prevent creation of new Among other Glass the measure would restrict the con trol which a holding company might exercise over the banks in which it owns Extend Loan Period The President recently suggested the abolition of bank holding com Chairman Jesse Jones of the Reconstruction Finance Corpora tion requested that banks give bor roweim very much longer periods in which to repay In letters to every bank in the Jones also urged that col lateral requirement be made less Anticipating what a high Federal Reserve board official said is a common complaint of bankers that their lending policies must be con servative to suit bank Jones added Our banking laws permit such and bank examiners need not and should not criticize or call special attention to who as comp troller of the currency directs ex amination of all national that bankers were not complaining about strict O DIE JUNE 17 FOB MURDER March Harry and Henry father and and Harry Chap man of Chicago today were under sentence to die in the Ohio peniten tiary electric chair June 17 for the murder of Patrolman Martin Ran dolph September 3 in a gun battle between four robber suspects and police at nearby Crystal Common Pleas Judge Golden Davit pronounced sentence yes v V V S S 8 8 fc l l 8 SEEK SUPPORT OF CONGRESS LEADERS FOR OHIO FLOOD DEFENSE VIOLENT s WIULUil Ohio Senate May Wind Up Business Today Campaign To Continue Probe Is Broken Up Amoclnted March The Ohio denied the privi lege of delving further into alleged graft in appeared dis posed today to shut up shop with out giving state departments an other A highly authoritative source said senate leaders hoped to complete their work tonight and go into an indefinite In contrast with appropriations of more than requested by the of the Kidnaped Boy Sperlnl To The New March Here is Peter of New believed kidnaped and held for He is the son of Murray a lawyer with offices on New Yorks Fifth who broadcast an air appeal for contact with the Nazis Demand New Pact With Vatican AMoclated PreM leaders in this center of Austrian nazidom advanced a demand today that the traditionally Catholic na tion modify its relations with the The concordat must be they as the naziin clined minister of Arthur continued efforts to mollify the excited national social Handbills assailing the church were They did ask specific changes in the concordat or set forth the nazi reason for wishing to alter church state whose appoint ment to the Austrian cabinet last month was approved by Germanys Fuehrer came here to the welcome of an estimated na zis who paraded noisily through the city last night by Police and soldiers did not OHIO TRUCK DRIVER MUST DIE IN ELECTRIC CHAIB March 2 27yearold truck driver who pleaded guilty to first degree mur der in the fatal shooting of Harriet today was sen tenced to die in the electric chair June CINCINNATI INSURANCE MAN FOUND DEAD IN AUTO March 2 collector for a Cin cinnati life insurance was found dead in his automobile parked in a garage at his home to Coroner Frank Coppock re turned a verdict of suicide by car bon monoxide No Influence IP I Deputy Attorney General Gilbert f was wanted in court j a charge of interferI 5 ing with a He saw a bootblack arrested I for disorderly He gave his card to the told I the boy hed appear for Then I was Cas sidy The officer said he didnt care who I IIIUUIIHUIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIHHIKI principal matters for which the leg islature was convened in special ses sion senate finance committee planned to give funds only to a group of colleges and the emergency About would go to the universities for maintenance and The committee had in mind giving them another with which to match proj ect and to give to the emergency Several state departments which sought more money would have to share the emergency an informed person Finance committecmen said the adjutant general probably would receive 000 of the amount for steel strike Senate Relief Bill While the house of representa tives marked awaiting action of the senate on some sentiment developed in the senate for passing a relief admin istration bill which would regulate the local governments expenditure of the appropriated by the legislature for the The demand for a relief bill may not be pressed if much opposition is encountered from the which defeated a somewhat similar measure The campaign for continuing the senate investigation apparently was broken late yesterday when the after three hours re fused to take up a resolution to continue the legislative session be yond the sine die adjournment date of February The committee cannot function beyond the ad journment The vote on a motion to suspend the so that the resolution could be was 67 no to Continued on Pnttt Britain To Spend Half Billion Making Airforce Worlds Best AMocUted PreM more fuel into the roaring rearmament Britain will spend more than a half billion dollars on her air force in the year beginning April Air estimates announced today totaled for purchase of borrowed in The figure shows the real meas ure of British spending to make the British airf orce the worlds The indication of Britains fev erish rearming came from Viscount secretary of state for in a memorandum accompanying es timates that the number of persons employed in the aircraft industry had increased from in 1935 to a present This did not include persons employed in the production of armament or other The last estimate of the number of first line British planes was against Germanys BULLETINS TRANSFER BRADLEY CASE March 2 Stanton Addanu of Eaet Cleveland wu ruled prejudiced today in the perjury hearing against Lee Brad and the was ordered trans ferred to the Cleveland municipal NOBLE KIZER RELIEVED March 2 Edward Purdue univer sity announced today the appointment of Mai Elward as head football succeeding Noble who has been ill several MADAME CHIANG REPLACED March 2 dis patch from Hankow today reported that Madame Chiang wife of the had been re placed as head of the Chinese air forces by her Harvard edu cated FACES ROBBERY CHARGE FATHER SIGNS WARRANT March liam faced a robbery charge a warrant signed by his The elder Powell alleged that the son forged his named to a pension check and cashed the Detective James who re turned the youth from said he had served 18 months in the Ohio reformatory at Mans field on a grand larceny OHIOS QUOTA INCREASED officials authorized their state administrators today to hire more relief workers thw to offset part pf the unemployment increase attributed to the business They congress sent the emergency relief ap propriation to President Ohios quota was increased from to Secrecy Surrounds Search For Youth AMoeUted PTCM New Fear deepened today for the safety of missing 12yearold Levine as GMen began an active investi gation into the boys mysterious Cloaking all developments in Murray New York refused to disclose whether he had paid a ransom or received direct word of the fate or whereabouts of his Peter disappeared after leaving school last Thursday The New York Daily News said it had learned federal agents were investigating a new ransom note supposedly demanding payment of within 48 hours under threat of death to the The the newspaper was delivered to Rabbi Abraham friend of the and mentioned that Peter was suffering from a cold and complaining of BANKFORESEES IMPROVED BUSINESS New March The National City bank of New York said today business should im prove in the due to working off of inventories and seasonal in but evidently is not yet prepared to move ahead on a broad The the bank noted in ite monthly has left too many problems of disturbed price reduced arid lowered purchasing power to per mite a sudden or sharp The drop in sales has left costs relatively too high in the which cuts profits away or prevents price and in many cases and reduction of costs on a falling volume is a complex WELFARE SAFETY LEVIES APPROVED March 2 hoga county voters approved by an overwhelming majority a county twoyear tax levy for wel fare complete returns of Tuesdays election showed Cleveland voters also approved a municipal oneyear operat ing levy by a substantial The city levy is to be applied to police and fire department equip ment and other city 25 House Members Call On Roosevelt Valley Congressmen Plan To Hold Conference Monday With President Support of congressional lead was sought today for a new flood defense program in the Ohio river an unofficial com mittee of 25 house members planned ask President Roosevelts en ers to dorsement of the which would entail an expenditure of some by the federal and lo cal governments for flood walla and similar Representative Crowe DIud said he and other from the valley had arranged to confer with the President next Bills to carry out the program have been introduced by Senate Ma jority Leader Barkley DKy and Senator Bulldey DOhio and by Representatives Kee Va and Jenkins Work In Six States The BarkleyBulkley and other pending bills would authorize an expenditure of by the federal government for construc tion of flood defense works in six Property furnished by local would cost approximately Besides proposing the flood wall the bills would authorize the federal government to assume the cost of property rights for flood control reservoir at head Italys Dead AMoctafed PreM Gardone body of Gabriele DAnnim Italys great lay in state today in his The 74yearold who was president of the National Acad emy of Italy and a symbol of the nationalist dreams of was clothed in the uniform of a gen eral pf as he had His decorations were on his breast and at his feet lay the flag he raised when he defied his government to capture the Hold Fiume after the World Cerebral hemorrhage caused the death of the Italian hero late yes Despite the many points of conflict between him and the the archipreebyter of Continued On Pace 2 Pendergasts Name In Vote Fraud Antedated Prem Kansas March Sensa tional testimony that James dergast had provided money to pay republican city comraitteemon an agreement to countenance a big democratic registra tion written into Kan sas Citys eleventh vote fraud trial records The federal court jury also heard that a democratic worker said the Boss Pendergast democratic organization had contributed to campaign funds in return for acceptance of ghost It was the first time a Pender gasts name had been written into they records at any of the fraud Fifty democrats and republicans have convicted of the 1936 vote frauds nearly 150 in await Pershing Accumulates Strength In Amazing Fight Against Death AuoeUted PreM March John Pershing accumulated new strength from quiet sleep today to renew his almost miraculous prog ress against an illness though still no longer brought fears of momentary He slep be did the it previous and his condition showed favorable signs to Roland His temperature was he took food and fluids with little dif and the absence of a re lapse wag Davi son Zjog Princesses Tour Special To The New March of King Zog of the Prin cesses 24 and now are touring the following arrival in New York where they are shown left to according to the princesses speaking through they are not looking for prospective as re but come to see the beauties of theUnited King Zog is to marry Countess of whose mother was Gladys Stewart of New this if church permission can be Reich Opposition Pastor Is Sentenced To Imprisonment AMUoclnted 1renn March Mar tin for five years a zealous leader of Protestant church opposition to German government was sentenced today to seven months imprisonment but time already spent in jail can celled the Niemoeller was convicted of speaking against leaders of the reich and of violating pulpit regu A third of incit ing to disobedience against the previously had been He must go to for three months unless he pays a fine for speaking difipnrnffiiigly of leading personages of the Tirno already served was held also to have paid a for violating decrees stipulating usages of the A great crowd milled around the courthouse before sentence was pro nounced on the militant Gorinnn CALL STMCHCOMB IN LIQUOR PROBE State Auditor Joseph FerguBon today summoned Pete former Ohio State uni versity football and four assistants to a conference to find out why it is necessary for the state to pay 10 cente a case for liquor warehouse charges when several firms have offered to handle the stock for five cents a Stinchcomb was described in tes timony before the senate graft hunting committee as a former liquor department employe who rose to control over Franklin which the committee was told did 80 per cent of the states liquor warehousing Franklins contract with theetate expired evangelical church who went to trial 7 on charges of incit ing to disobedience against the state and violating pulpit regula Invited to the courtroom were a hundred guests including the pas tftrs three children who were on a front 50 foreign press rep resentatives and 90 ordinary spec tators who were lucky enough to find available The verdict was pronounced as Niemoeller listened smil ing at his wife and The pastor was tried before a se cret after his bitter pro test in a 45ininute speech to the three presiding judges on the open ing Congress Calendar TODAY votes on confirm ing nomination of Robert i Jackson to be solicitor Government Reorganization Sen ate debates administration debates in terior department LaFollette com mittee begins study of employer committee resumes consideration of defense WageHour House subcommittee begins drafting new Merchant commit tee considers amendments to maritime senate com mittee continues YESTERDAY Senate debated government reor ganization house considered ap propriation House naval committee approved fund for new House ways and means committee approved tax revision bill 17 to TRAPSSHIPIN MOUNTAINS Believed To Have Crashed With Nine Occupants WANDERS IN AIR Trying To Dodge Storm And Remain On Radio Beacon When Last Heard From AuocUted PreM Trapped by a yiolent a airliner was be lieved today to have crashed with nine occupants in the moun tains east of The Transcontinental and Western Air transport had not been heard from since oclock last night when Pilot John Graves reported he was fly ing blind and preparing to make an emergency landing at Bound from San Francisco to Los the plane was caught in a sudden rain and wind storm as it flew over the Tehachap moun tains about Ice formed I On Way To BMde I Tracy and his I Mary Stanford univer sity students missing with seven other persons aboard an airliner I somewhere in the Tehachapi j mountains of California I had boarded the plane to fly I home to the bedside of their j who is seriously ill j Members of the family said I that the Jay I assistant secretary of the Mane i field Building and Loan had not been I their an asfio told of f iimiimmiiKiiiiiiiiMiiiiiinr on the Rain fell in tor Static interfered with During the next hour the plane seemingly wandered in the air over San Joaquin apparently trying to dodge the storm and on the radio Graves reported he was prepar ing to drop down from feet to Then Seen Flying Low A report that a plane was seen flying low through heavy rain in the high Sierra Nevada 45 miles northeast of Fresno brought officials hurrying to Fresno from Los Angeles and San Fran cisco to direct a search of the area by All planes on the coast were grounded by the wind and Led by three officials from San searching par ties were formed to trek into mountains auto and on sheriffs farmers and forest rangers were called into the Paul vice presi dent of in charge of opera left Los Angeles with other high ranking officials by auto to take personal charge of the Planes were ready to help as soon as weather planet on the coast from to and from Sail Francisco to Salt Lake City had been grounded by the violence of the storm before the plane turned The route of the 14passenger craft had been changed before its takeoff because of adverse weather over the The six pas sengers were to have changed planes at Los Angeles to continue east This was the first mishap to mar the record on the Pacifio coast since the line began service in the Far West in The last word from Pilot Graves was at when he talked with Lawrence radioman at the San Fran cisco He said he was flying by instru ment at Woodward and was descending for a landing at Fresno is about 100 wiles north of officials made Om   

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